The initial 8 week period earmarked for the Living it Up Pop Up Shop operating in the Stornoway Town Centre came and went. Such was the demand that the doors stayed open for an additional 4 weeks bringing the events, workshops, gatherings, music, drop-ins sessions, and more, to a close in early September 2013. [...]
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Resources from the beginners session held for Living it Up to introduce the local community to iPads and other tablets. Setting up your iPad What to do when you get it out of its box. Apple's iPad User Guide Link take you to the PDF document on the Apple website. Go to Section 2, Page [...]
Resources from the session held for Living it Up in Stornoway. Internet terms for beginners (PDF document) Parental Control Options for user accounts on Mac (PDF document) Parental Control Options for user accounts on PC (PDF document) Age-based guidelines for kids' Internet use on Microsoft's website
Resources from the beginners session held for Living it Up to introduce the local craft and maker community to Pinterest. Link to Pinterest website Pinterest Sign up crib sheet (PDF document) Pinterest's Bookmarklet and Pin It Button can be found here.
The February Issue of the Association for Project Management's Project Magazine features an article with contribution by Maciver Project Services' Founder Lynne Maciver. The article explores the use of social media for project managers including tools such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. The reviewers concluded some tools were more useful than others. "Our overall [...]
Behavioural Competencies are an important component of their skills and capabilities alongside technical and contextual competencies.
The February issue of Project Magazine published by the Association for Project Managers features a review of social media for project managers including a review of Twitter by yours truly. Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube were among other social media tools given a test drive. The results were mixed, with some tools found to be more [...]
Planning for project managers is a technical competency that describes the process used to determine the overall project duration and when activities and events are planned to happen. To work, project planning must include: Activities and their logical dependencies Activity durations Resource requirements and availability To be competent in this area a project manager will [...]
Requirements management for project managers is the process of capturing, analysing and confirming the stakeholder and user's wants and needs.
Project Manager competence is an area where the individual and the organisation both need to accept responsibilities. Helping project managers build the skills they need to do a great job is as important as the individual taking responsibility for developing their skills and behaviours in a supported environment. Both will result in strong project management practices and project successes.